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Charles McColm - linuxspotlight.orgOntario Linux Fest 2007 - OpenMoko, Ian F. Darwin

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From the first ever Ontario Linux Fest, Ian F. Darwin speaks on OpenMoko, a GNU / Linux based open software development platform. Ian details the Neo1973 phone from FIC and the direction of the project. Ian is an OpenBSD Generalist who has contributed a great deal to the open source community.

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Producer: Charles McColm -
Keywords: OpenMoko; Neo1973; Ontario Linux Fest; Ian F. Darwin; Phone; linuxspotlight; OpenBSD; Linux

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